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. >>> indiana republican senator dick lugeer avoided embarrassing confrontation with the local election officials but correspondent steve brown reports he faces a tough re-election channel from the right. >> i am a hoosier. >> but the six-term republican senator ability to vote in indiana had been in doubt. election officials recently ruled lugeer's only home of 30 plus years in the d.c. su push of mclane, virginia, made the indiana voter registration invalid. late this morning, 600 miles away in an indianapolis courthouse. >> we agreed to disagree about the original decision. and we just semily put that behind us. >> with a late settlement, hammered out between attorneys. lugeer will reregister to vote at the family farm. >> people of indiana recent this kind of interference. an i think they are going to illustrate that with their vote. >> recent partisan polls unchallenged by lugeer's campaign suggest the opposite. >> citizen united survey has lugeer down to a single digit advantage in the primary less than seven weeks away. in a state where all campaign buttons are valuable political
the storm. gary. >> brian, for one thing in indiana, they basically have been given the all clear. that front has moved through. so it's dryer there. the storms have all moved to the east, but very, very dangerous out there. let me show you the extent of the tornado watches that are in place right now. but first, we have this video. this is video of an actual tornado that we got in from indiana. notice here once they clear this red barn, you'll be able to see the tornado in view. out to the, basically to the right of the car here, these storms no doubt all over the area and you can see a fairly clear view of what appears to be a very, very large tornado there. indicative this afternoon, this type of outbreak, they are calling for large tornadoes and long track tornadoes which means that they'll stay on the ground for quite a while and do a lot of damage. that's exactly what is happening. right now, we've had 53 tornado reports across the nation and 238 hail reports in the largest i've seen in terms of hail reports. up over 4 inches, which is softball sized hail. that was that of t
's some very nice changes coming up in the five-day forecast. >>> meantime the death toll in indiana from friday's tornadoes has risen by one. the toddler found alone in a field after the storm rolled through died wednesday evening. the child's apparentlies and siblings died friday when the -- parents and siblings died when the storm hit. that brings indiana's death toll to 13. kentucky lost the most lives friday, went 1 people. tonight the focus is -- 21 people. tonight the focus is on making sure no other victims are in the rubble. crews are working to make sure communication lines will reopen. >> reporter: from indiana and kentucky through ohio and alabama and georgia homes and businesses were crushed, cars and buses tossed about and roads were left clogged by downed trees and power lines. st. francis xavier church in henryville, indiana, suffered severe damage but still hosted mass for a full house sunday. >> we came over the hill and saw the steeple was still here, so we knew was still here and that to us was a symbol and also a sign of god as people of faith that god is going to ca
against the clock to find survivors still stuck in this rubble. we're live in indiana with the latest. >> dave: and mitt romney steals another victory taking the washington state caucuses. is this the momentum he needs just two days before super tuesday, clayton? >> thank you, dave. the next time you want to fly you may want to listen to your flight attendant and turn off your cell phone. how a passenger's blackberry causes chaos in the sky. are you paying attention? ♪ >> good morning, everybody, thanks for waking up early with us, we know you want to know what happened through the midwest and the south. we begin with a fox news weather alert, the death toll from the twister outbreak is up to 38 people, and towns have been leveled and people's lives were destroyed in a blink of an eye. >> we looked through the back window in the basement and see the debris flying by and when it was done i, walked in the front porch and told the neighbor he'd lost his building. >> that man describing what he went through in piner, kentucky and we're hearing similar stories from all over the south an
the electricity. susan mcginnis reports from hard-hit henryville, indiana. >> reporter: utility crews are working to get the lights back on in henryville. thousands are still without power in the areas hardest hit by this weekend's tornados. at henryville high school, they used heavy equipment to scoop up the debris. courtney cummings is a freshman. >> i want to be there. i want to be there, i want to be in my classes, i want to see my teachers, and i want to be with my friends. >> reporter: school has been canceled for at least the rest of the week. just like the work crews and residents, volunteers are working overtime, taking in loads of donations and handing them out. >> it's going to take a long time to rebuild, but this is great community, and there's a lot of hope here, and we're going to get through it. >> reporter: 15-month-old angel babcock is the storm's latest victim. rescuers found her alone in an indiana field, but she died two days later. her father, mother, and two siblings also died. the whole family was laid to rest monday in salem, indiana. >> it's just a nightmare. everybody's
degree murder while arm. >>> a toddler found in a field in indiana died after being taken off life support last night. the little girl's parents, brother and sister all died friday when the storm hit. 39 people have been killed across five states. >>> d.c. councilman marion barry could be a delegate at the party's convention this summer. democrats voted over the weekend and a partial count shows he's likely to get enough votes to be a delegate. >>> on to the campaign trail. foam is the day the presidential hopefuls have been preparing for. >> as we approach super tuesday, one candidate is in the spotlight with a big endorsement. plus a high-stakes meeting at the white house monday. what should president obama say to israel. we have a report. or republican candidates used the airways sunday in a final bush for voters on super tuesday. gingrich on meet the press says he has gone all in in georgia. >> despite a lot of money spent against me, we are doing very well. and it is the biggest state on super tuesday. >> reporter: santorum is hoping for wins in oklahoma, tennessee and ohio. >
the worst to hit the region in 20 something years. susan mcginnis is in indiana tonight in one of the hardest hit areas. >> reporter: the pews at st. francis xavier church in henryville were packed for emotional services. parishioners wiped away tears and hugged each other. by day's end the pews were overflowing with donated clothing. outside the church, smoke and gyms rolls out the barbecue to see grateful crowds. >> lot of times in these situations people don't get any hot food. so we decided to come down and cook for everybody. >> reporter: nurse penny mitchell drove five hours from chicago to help. >> miss neil? >> reporter: she went door to door checking on residents like june new who said she feels blessed in the midst of the devastation. >> there's a lot left. look around you. there's a lot left. >> reporter: but the death toll rose on sunday, 15-month-old angel back cock who was found alive in a field died of her injuries. a curfew remains in effect from 6:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. officials fear looting and want to keep people safe from things like downed power lines and ga
of memories, it's one that a lot of people do not want to forget there in indiana. and now there is video to kind of help them remember the power of the tornado. these surveillance cameras are from henryville junior high school where on march 2nd those tornadoes or that tornado swept into the area and destroyed a number of homes and businesses as well, students were already on the school buses so they weren't actually in that school. and it is just frightening for a lot of people to see these images and get a better understanding of the power of a tornado. let's check in with jackie gerris now. really can't get enough of some of the images. we've been seeing a lot of new images over the past couple weeks after that tornado swept through the area. a lot of surveillance cameras are kind of finally revealing just how powerful and damaging it was. >> it was an ef-4 tornado. winds were estimated at 170 miles per hour. all this happened, it all unfolded in about 20 seconds. you might remember that this is the school that received a lot of damage. remember that school bus that ended up in the re
on top of all of them. we get her story tonight from nbc's tom costello in henryville, indiana. >> reporter: huddled in the basement with a massive tornado bearing down on their new home, stephanie decker had just seconds to protect 8-year-old domenic and 5-year-old reese, so she wrapped them in a blanket and laid on top of them just as the house started coming apart. >> everything was just slamming into my back. i had my children in the blanket and they were screaming. mommy, i can't live without you, i don't want to die, please don't let me die. i said, you're not going to die, we're going to make it. >> reporter: when the storm cleared the home had been wiped from its foundation. stephanie and the kids were buried. >> i took my phone and made a video to my husband -- telling him i love him. >> reporter: it was domenic who climbed out and ran for help. a neighbor, sheriff's deputy brian lovens came running with friends to find stephanie with a severed leg and bleeding heavily. >> she's like, i'm dying. i ain't going to let you die. >> reporter: using a belt as a tourniquet th
on the recovery. >> communities like henryville, indiana, are slowly recovering after tornadoes devastated the region less than a month ago. along with homes, memories are also lost. >> nice family photo. >> victoria george isn't a roofer or a carpenter, but she is rebuilding lives through her facebook page called, i found your memory. >> i lost some images before in a fire and i knew what that was like. these are things you can't get back. >> through the page, items found as far away as west virginia are coming home to southern indiana. one of the most consistent posters to georgia's page, the boone county jail, work detail cleaning the side of the road keeps a sharp eye out. >> it may look like garbage, but if it's a picture, old checks, you know, anything that is a possibility that could be from that tornado, they're going to hold on to it. >> when lori was reunited with her high school diploma, she received much more than a document. muddy decree was a symbol of the kindness of strangers. >> she framed it. margie meyer framed it for me and nailed it on back. you know, that makes
? highlights from their march madness matchup with indiana, when we return. >>> fairfax county schools are investigating claims of a racial incident in a high school english class. a ninth grader said that he was reading a langston hughes poem when his teacher interrupted and told him to read it blacker. the 14-year-old was the only black student in the class, and when the student refused to continue, the teacher read it herself. the student's mother complained to school administrators. >>> a shooting at a d.c.ihop has led antihate crime advocates to organize a rally. police say someone shot a man at the restaurant in columbia heights last weekend. a march is scheduled for tuesday evening at that ihop. the event is also in support of a gay man and transgender woman who were also victims of hate crimes. organizers say money raised at the rally will help pay for hospital bills. >>> hundreds are hoping to hit the jackpot when a new casino opens at arundel mills in june, and we're not talking about the gamblers. the maryland live casino held a job fair yesterday. they're looking to fill mo
now from one of the hardest hit places over the weekend, henryville, indiana. >> reporter: this morning, cleanup crews will storm the hardest hit areas of tornado alley, sifting through miles of debris, all that's left from so many communities and lives ripped apart by the storms. >> tragic, terrible. i mean, it's just like, one minute you're here and then you're gone. >> reporter: a disaster spread by at least 100 tornadoes that left deep, painful scars across at least a dozen states. >> he was the greatest love of my life. >> reporter: cheryl pickett's husband, ron, wasn't supposed to be home when the storms hit. >> he shouldn't have been here. he came home early from work because he didn't feel good and wanted to take a nap. >> reporter: he died when a twister ripped apart their home, and now cheryl, who had been planning a celebration for their 40th wedding anniversary. >> we were going to have a hell of a party. >> reporter: now, instead, she must prepare for a funeral. across tornado alley, for many, the only thing left to hold on to is each other, and they understan
and the south. tonight on "special report," one southern indiana town is said to be completely wiped out. state police say six people are dead so far, but that number is expected to rise. we may be in for some more as the evening progresses. we'll get the late prest the fox weather center in new york and we're working to get live reports and more information for you at the top of the hour. president obama says he is not bluffing when he says america will not allow iran to develop a nuclear weapon. wendell goler has that report. concerning the war the u.s. is already in. jennifer griffin looks at the threat of american troops being murdered by afghans as they are trying to help. a huge controversy over georgetown law student. president obama and rush limbaugh. james rosen will explain. the latest from the campaign trail ahead of supertuesday. "special report" from washington starts at 6:00 eastern. now back to new york and my colleagues with "the five." ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> dana: welcome back to "the five." so yesterday, we all lost a good friend andrew breitbart. we talked a lot about it
southern parts of indiana. and then into kentucky. that high risk means that there is a very, very high threat. not only of just severe weather, but they are talking about the possibility of active large, long living tornadoes and unfortunately, that is happening. now, the emphasis of this today, i do believe, is beginning to shift down to the south. it looks like the severe thunderstorms and these particular tornadoes are happening further to the south. we want to show you some pictures. these are just coming in to us and this is outside of madison, alabama, and as i look at the radar right now, keep the pictures going. they've had numerous reports of hail. i already saw a hail report out of alabama of over 4 inches with the size of hail. that takes it up to and over the size of a softball. that means an incredible amount of lifting going on in the atmosphere and those storms down there this afternoon and evening are rotating and very, very dangerous. of course, this would be moderate damage. i think again, they are going to see more and more of these tornadoic thunderstorms move throu
having to start over. >> the storms killed 38 people in five states, including alabama, georgia, indiana, kentucky, and ohio. where the governor has declared a state of emergency. rescue teams spent the day going door to door across the midwest looking for survivors. towns have been wiped off the map. fox 5 shows us the damage in hard hit mariesville, indiana. >> there's a new reality here in mariesville, maryland. it's an unnerving scene, concrete slabs where homes used to be. some just shelves. stunned homeowners are digging through what remains. >> you can't believe it until you see it with your eyes. it's heartbreaking. >> this amateur video was shot friday in indiana. those who saw it say the giant funnel cloud moved eastward, seemed to grow in size by the minute. >> i couldn't take my eyes off of it. i couldn't take cover. it was scary. >> storms cut a path of destruction, killing more than a dozen people. back in mariesville, the sound of chain saws are echoing across the town of 2,000 people. officers with the state parole are doing welfare checks. even with the destruction,
, doug. >>> it's an incredible story of survival and determination. hear from the indiana mother who lost her legs protecting her children in a tornado and what she plans to do now that she is out of rehab. >>> a scary statistic. a local county ranks number one for pedestrian deaths. tell you what local leaders are doing to try to save lives. >>> i'm liz crenshaw. how long should your dish washer last? the life span of your household appliances, a new liz >>> tonight in sports dan hellie tells us about a marathon runner with a special story. >> among the proud finishers at last weekend's rock 'n roll half marathon was jacqueline bourgeois. she finished the race in 2:20:29. commendable by anyone's standards. what you don't see from the outside is her fight with the painful condition known as glass or brittle bones and how she chooses to deal with it head on. >> i'm winning the fight against osteo genesis imperfecta. >> reporter: among other things the bone disorder means she has a collagen inefficiency, the key building block to bone structure. the result is that her and others with the co
dozen people dead in the midwest and the south, you're taking a live look from harryville, indiana. you can see where a school bus is covered with debris here. they're trying to rule out any more possible victims. families are combing through this debris trying to learn what happened to loved ones and friends. here's more details. devastating pictures brianne. >> absolutely. some big images there out of the midwest. overwhelming emotion from many families after these storms slammed a number of states over the weekend. and what many were hoping to be a triumph in the face of these twisters turned to tragedy yesterday with another life lost. in the storm-ravaged town of henryville indiana, are the wild wind ripped apart so many lives and home more pain from mother nature. overnight, snow moved in making cleanup efforts more complicated. >> there's still a lot of confusion, a lot of chaos, a lot of loss. >> this comes as the number of lives lost continues to climb. yesterday, 15-month-old angel babcock who was the only member of her family surviving
against indiana. a gray day everybody. tgif. >> enjoy your weekend. it's 44 degrees. much more still to come in the next half-hour. some federal workers are not happy about a new budget plan. we will explain why. >> a record-setting jackpot will be drawn tonight. nearly half a billion dollars. i'm jummy olabanji if the northwest washington. how people in our area and around the country are playing big. >> steve rudin in the belfort furniture weather center. a cool but sunny start to our friday. how does the weekend looked? details coming up. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] for our families... our neighbor.. and our communities... america's beverage companies have created a wide range of new choices. developing smaller portion sizes and more low- & no-calorie beverages... addinclear calorie labels so you know exactly what you're choosing... and in schools, replacing full-calorie soft drinks with lower-calorie options. with more choices and fewer calories, america's beveverage companies are delivering. >> live and in hd, this is "good
the process more difficult. there was a memorial for an indiana family killed by the tornado. the baby girl found in a field later died. the death toll is at least 39. 6:07 on this tuesday morning, 25 degrees in woodbrige. >> still ahead, metro's most dangerous period which stationed earned the dubious honor. >> not the way you want to start the morning drive. a close call. that is scary. >> first, waiting for the mid- [ female announcer ] with xfinity you can always expect more. like more on demand shows and movies than ever. and more ways to discover them too. plus more speed from america's fastest internet provider. so you can run more devices at the same time. ♪ feel a firework ♪ [ female announcer ] and best of all, it keeps getting better. no wonder more people choose xfinity over any other provider. ♪ love can be so mystical ♪ ♪ ♪ >> welcome back. unfortunately, a tractor-trailer accident in frederick, virginia. 81 between winchester and clearbrook, stay to the right in both directions. we are going to newschopper 7. they are looking at traffic in newington, virgin
across five states. in indiana, members of the indianapolis colts join to help clean up and giving people in the battered area hope for their community. >> that hope, you know, this is tragic and there is still hope, you know, we have friends and folks like the salvation army and the other agencies that will help you through this. >> and as people continue to pick up the pieces, they will get help from the president. yesterday, president obama approved federal aid for counties affected by the tornados in kentucky and in indiana. >>> and it's hard to believe it was two weeks ago the tornados happened in yes. >> and nice to see the sports figures. >> speaking of weather, we have had the roll coaster weather. warm one day and cold the next and want it to stay even and when is that going it to happen? >> demanding. >> i know. >> and that is on a saturday. >> if you're like today, and we're not going to stick with that. are you okay if we don't stay even? >> don't nose dive. >> you know what? i don't call the shots. the lady called mother nature does and we'll have to see what she's going to s
's final four dreams have been dashed. >> hakeem dermish has highlights from their matchup with indiana in this morning's "sports minute." >> good morning, everyone. your "sports minute" begins with nfl news. quarterback rex grossman has reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with the redskins. grossman threw 16 touchdowns and 20 interceptions last season. >>> now to the ncaa tournament. today, georgetown matches up against 11-seed nc state. the hoyas are coming off a 15-point win against belmont. now, georgetown trying to earn a spot in the sweet 16 for the first time since 2007. the hoyas and wolfpack scheduled to tip off this afternoon at 12:15. >>> in portland, oregon, the vcu taking on four-seed indiana. 20 seconds to go, game tied at 61. will sheehy knocks down the jumper, part of a 15-4 hoosiers run. last chance for the rams. rob brandonberg for the win. no good. they edge vcu and the hoosiers will play number one seed kentucky in the sweet 16. the wildcats' only loss in the regular season was to the hoosiers. >>> women's ncaa tournament, two-seed maryland hosting 15-seed navy. aly
more communities tonight. this is home video of a funnel cloud moving through pekin, indiana this evening. fox 5's laura evans in the newsroom watching the latest pictures come into the satellite center. . >> those tornado warnings are moving eastward tonight. there is late word severe weather has killed five people in kentucky, one person in ohio and at least 10 people are now dead from earlier storms today in southern indiana. that death toll is expected to rise. in fact, just as people were starting to clean up today from the last round of storms, mother nature hit again. >> i'm moving everybody inside in the mall. >> bring everybody inside. >> reporter: as tornado sirens blair in harrisburg, illinois, victims -- behavior in harrisburg, illinois, victims -- blare in harrisburg, illinois, people are running for cover. no one is taking any chances. >> my ticker is accelerating just slightly. >> the vault in the bank is secure in an interior wall. it's got a little extra reinforcement. so we're going to put them in there with the sirens going off. >> reporter: everyone is b
"the journal of policy history, diplomhistory," he was the visiting professor of history at indiana university. he's currently conducting research. paul mi llazzo is here as well. author of "unlikely environmentalists: congress and clean water 1945 to 1972." he received his p. hd from the university of virginia. his currenter include 20th century history, the environment, american intellectual history and history with an on conservative thought. it's an excellent panel. we're looking forward to what they all say. if you would. >> thank y afternoon, everybody. thank you for coming. my thanks, if i may, to everybody who's made this occasion possible. not least to -- but also this library and it's formidable director and staff and the miller center. so all of them, we are most grateful. when i met a colleague yesterday for the first time and he asked what i was speaking about, and i explained, he raised his eyebrows. and said -- speculated that it might be that it was one of the more thinly attended of the talks today. i'm glad to see that he was wrong. as i was making my way to the --
to us from wave three 3 news in louisville, kentucky, nearby marysville, indiana, some college students are spending a different kind of spring break. international students from purdue are volunteering for cleanup in the wake of this month's deadly tornados. more than 80 students from countries like india, nigeria, china are helping pick up debris and clearing the roads there. many say they have never seen tornado destruction close up until now, so it's really motivating them to get out and help the community they've sort of been adopted into. it's amazing. great thing for them to do. >> a lot of people in our country don't realize we have by far the most tornados. just the way the mountains, the rockies are, it's the formula for them. >> and you see the kind of destruction they cause. >> yeah. >> all right. bill, thanks so much. >>> i'm lynn berry, and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >>> we are tracking some changes in the forecast right now. the rain is falling around some parts of the region, and things could get stormy later today.
in henryville, indiana one tornado sent a school bus into a house over the weekend. the death of a baby girl who was found alive brings the death toll to 39. tahman bradley reports. >> reporter: the destruction shows the cleanup is going to last for a long time. in tennessee, the town is picking up after a twister 300 yards wide traveling at 120 miles an hour, left enormous destruction. >> [ inaudible ] >> reporter: among the dead, the entire babcock family, mom, dad, two kids, 14-month-old angel found in a field after the storm, taken off life support late yesterday. this charlotte, north carolina family is thankful, three of the children were sucked out of the house when the twister struck. all of the kids were hospitalized, but none had serious injuries. the doctors gave the kids a special nickname. >> they looked at 'em and couldn't believe it. they called 'em miracle babies. >> reporter: in west liberty, kentucky a woman prayed approaching twister would go away. she lived. so many miracles amid enormous destruction. tahman bradley, abc news. >>> you almost don't know what to say looking at
battles with xavier. kentucky and indiana meet in a rematch of an early season thriller. in the midwest, north carolina faces cinderella ohio. and kansas meets north carolina state. >>> when we come back on a monday and a look at this morning's top stories and the chilling 911 call moments after an unarmed black teenager is gunned down by a volunteer on the neighborhood watch. neighborhood watch. when bp made a commitment to the gulf, we were determined to see it through. here's an update on the progress. we're paying for all spill related clean-up costs. bp findings supports independent scientists studying the gulf's environment. thousands of environmental samples have been tested and all beaches and waters are open. and the tourists are back. i was born here, i'm still here and so is bp. >>> here's a look at the forecast in some cities around the current. d.c., thunderstorms, 71. atlanta, sunny, 82. st. louis, thunderstorm, 82 degrees. denver, cloudy, 49. seattle, partly cloudy, 48 degrees. >>> top stories now on a monday morning. spring begins tomorrow and winter is going out with a
, connecticut, delaware, new york, pennsylvania and rhode island. the elections calendar in may includes indiana, north carolina and west virginia's primaries. and don't forget to make cspan.org your clearing house for all things related to the campaigns. watch the latest video of republican presidential candidates and president obama from the campaign trail. search the candidates on the issues section for video of the candidates' views on major ca campaign issues. again, that's all at cspan.org/campaign2012. >>> tuesday, timothy geithner testified before the house financial services committee on the stability of the international financial system. the european debt crisis and how it affects the u.s. was discussed during this two and a half hour hearing. chairman spencer bacchus and other republican committee members wrote a letter to secretary geithner earlier this year opposing increased contributions to the international monetary fund for the purpose of alleviating the european debt crisis. the treasury secretary last month indicated at a g-20 meeting that the u.s. did not intend to make addi
. >> her house was spared. so much of the town was not. in indiana, little angel bobcock's mom and dad were died near the field where she was found. sadly she was taken off life support. victims hold on to their faith and each other knowing the road to recovery will be a long one. larry jacobs, abc news. >>> thousands took to the streets of selma alabama in celebration of the anniversary of bloody sunday. they marched across the infamous bridge. police attacked hundreds of peaceful protesters on that same bridge. >> you get a feeling you don't get every day. if you know about the event in the beginning you have a flash back. >> demonstrators will begin a march from selma to montgomery to call for the repeal of alabama's voter id and immigration laws. they equate the measures to the same voter saw -- suppression that marked the original march. >> at a rally today putin proclaimed to a sea of supporters that they had triumphed over opponents. however, there are numerous accounts of vote rigging. the dem
coming up tonight. we'll have highlights at 11:00. sweet 16 basketball. indiana, kentucky is the late game. good stuff. >> it will be like 12:00. >> or 1:00. >> see you tonight.
. in henryville, indiana, jay gray, news 4. >> the snow is also having an impact in our area. up to 10 inches fell across central virginia. darcy spencer is in thornberg, virginia in spotsylvania county with more. >> reporter: it's looking really on the slushy side. earlier today it was like a winter wonderland and a half hour ago we had a little snow shower that came through. now a lot of people thought their snowball making days were over for the season so today they were caught off guard. on the prince william parkway, no snow. a little further south in fredericksburg there was snow but not enough to delay. further south some residents say they got half a foot. were you expecting to hit this kind of snow? >> no. actually i was in south carolina where it was like 70 so we hit this and it was like oh, okay. >> reporter: this guy was walking his dog gemini in a pair of shorts in the middle of a snowstorm, traveling from north carolina, accumulating snow was the last thing he expected. how is gemini taking this? >> he's confused. he's from florida, so he's not used to the snow. >> reporter: jackson
dead in indiana after tornadoes swept through southeastern part of the state leaving widespread devastation in one town. of 1900 people were said to be completely gone. that is the town of marysville. they destroyed houses and hospitals and tore off the roof of a prison in alabama. storm damage reported in tennessee. this is two days after the storms killed 13 people in the midwest and the south. this is a massive storm. >> bob: i was out many years ago in a campaign in indiana, and a tornado hit. we were under an underpass. the thing that hit me about it was how loud it is. it literally is like a fast train coming by. >> greg: coming from you, it says something. >> dana: the good news is there are ways to be alerted by them than before. hopefully people are getting undercover. >> andrea: it's sad because a lot of the people after the tornadoes are gone will need a lot of help. that is what government should be designed to do but we are overspent now on stupid thin things. that is what the government should provide to us. >> greg: i'm an earthquake guy. grew up on the west coast
in the u.s., tornado cleanup continues after twisters tore through five states. in indiana, members of the colts join residents to clean up in henryville and they gave people in the battered area optimism for the future of their community. >>> and giving them this hope and there is some hope still. you have folks going to help you through this. >> the people continue to pick up the pieces and they'll get help from the government. yesterday, president obama proved federal aid for counties affectioned by the tornados in kentucky and indiana. >>> and from maryland's eastern shore, they're investigating a small body found. it's identified as conrad snuff jr. of leesburg. he was 85 years old. the marine employees found him this morning and doesn't look like there was some foul play. >>> d.c. police closed another night club. this time, the island cafe and that is in the 800 block of upshire street northwest. the man was stabbed in the stomach and is expected to survive. the club will be shut down for a few days while there is an investigation on the alcoholic beverage control board. >>>
been found alive in a field in indiana. she died after being taken off life support yesterday. rescuers are still searching for possible victims in remote areas. >>> branches of the american red cross in our region haven't called in to help the tornado- ravaged states yet but they are ready to go any time. so far, red cross chapters closer to the states have been able to cope with the needs. >> a lot of. people that were hurt by this -- a lot of the people that were hurt by this tornado saw horrific images. their houses my have been destroyed. people they know might have been killed or severely injured and some mental health workers with the red cross are available and talking with them. >> should the local trucks and staffer be needed, they could be rolling in less than a half day. >>> we're just a day way from the biggest cob test yet in the race for the white house, super tuesday. ten states will hold caucuses. rick santorum has a slight lead in ohio. in all, 419 delegates are up for grabs tomorrow. so far, mitt romney has won 203 delegates. santorum has 92. virginia votes on super t
the northwest earlier this month. storms that ended up killing 14 people in the state of indiana, the number could have been higher if it wasn't for a fast-thinking school bus driver in henryville. this is the video first of the tornado itself. which is absolutely remarkable in its own right. this is a massive f4 tornado that struck on march 2nd at 3:00 p.m. angel perry was driving 11 of her students home from school when she radioed dispatch. listen to what she said about what she saw. >> i'm about a minute and half from the school. >> there is a tornado touching down about one mile from me. >> oh, my gosh. >> oh, my gosh is right. angel had to make a quick decision and she made that decision to turn around, head back to the school, get there and get those kids off the bus fas fast. >> everybody stay together. the group together right now. go. go. go. go. one, two, three, four, five. six. seven. eight. nine. come on. come on. ten. go. go. >> calm and cool. look at the video from her school bus security camera. three minutes after the kids got off the bus. >> man. >> look at this. hail and 1
: the gentlelady from nevada yields back. for what purpose does the gentleman from indiana rise? >> ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: so ordered. mr. pence: mr. speaker, there is a lot of issues being debated here in our nation's capital, but hoosiers are talking about just one thing and that is rising prices at the pump. the average price of gasoline in indiana right now is $3.82 a gallon. that's 10 cents higher than the national average. and it's worth noting when president obama came to office the average price of gasoline nationwide was $1.79. this administration pushed cap and trade, national energy tax that the president said would cause utility rates to skyrocket. they pushed it through regulations even though it didn't make it in the congress. they suspended deep water drilling in the gulf of mexico for a time. they placed the entire pacific and atlantic coasts off-limits to drilling. refused to explore alaska. decreased production across the western part of our nation, and most recently rejected the keystone x.l. pipeline. i say and i tak
sandwiches. subway. eat fresh. >>> it is 7:22. a mother in indiana lost both her legs after sheeding her kids from a devastating tornado. stephanie decker successfully used her body to shield her 5- year-old daughter and 8-year- old son when friday atornado tore through marysville, indiana. the family's home clamsed onto her. she ended -- collapsed onto her. she ended up losing one leg below the knee and one leg below the ankle. >> i was reaching down holding them and trying to keep everything away from them so it didn't hit them. i -- i had two steel beams on my legs. i couldn't move i was stuck. >> deckerrary children were not injured -- decker's children were not injured. at least 40 people were killed. now snow in kentucky and indiana are complicating efforts to deal with the destruction. fema is affecting the destruction. >> what do you say about that story? >> right. >>> let's check in with tara. what happened in pet lieu spa. >> we have reports of a fire. some some wires are -- let puma? >> well, we have reports of a fire. some wires -- some wires are sparking. and the chp is do going
state on thursday in portland, oregon. the winner plays either indiana or new mexico state. >>> and loyola university, maryland, has a tough task. the 15th seed greyhounds placed two-seed ohio state on thursday in pittsburgh, pennsylvania. the winner will either play gonzaga or west virginia. ben's team, our producer. >> went to gonzaga, that's right. >>> now it's time to fill in your brackets. some take this seriously. i said very seriously. a new survey from yahoo! sports shows that fans spend an average of 75 minutes filling out the brackets. people fill out an average of more than four brackets apiece with 14% filling out as many as six brackets or even more. and bosses could keep a close eye out for coughs and colds. one in seven people say they actually -- they have actually called in sick to work so they can watch all the games. a lot of the games are on the computer anyway. they can hide that and -- your computer at work. >> i wonder if they could get a true assessment of how many people watch the games at work. i don't know. hard to get anything done. >> yeah. >>>
because you have north carolina, west virginia, indiana may 8th all coming up on the same date. let me tell you, you don't have moderate republicans voing in those primaries. indiana race is going to be very, very hard fought especially for dick lugar who is now in big trouble in his state. if i were rick santorum, i would put my head down, shut the hell up, talk about the economy and slug it through may. romney can keep doing what he's doing but it's going to be a big nasty mess. >> santorum today st. louis actually basically in front of a reagan statue in dixon, illinois, making the claim that he is the guy. he's the reagan conservative. he wants to take this through it the conservative races you're talking about and onto the convention. wendy, you have historical context here. >> this is the land of lincoln. abraham lincoln had his own problems. he didn't sail into the nomination. he had struggles. he said a house divided cannot stand. these are destructive politics. santorum has to decide if i don't get the nomination, what do i want in the. >> health and human services >> somebody
officers have the right to search your cell phone without a warrant. the ruling stems from an indiana case where a suspected drug dealer had his cell phone call logs searched by police. the decision also affects parts of illinois, indiana and wisconsin. however a local attorney believes it could set a precedent in d.c. because the judges' opinions are well respected. the lawyer also says it's your right to and police to get a warrant before searching your phone. >>> well, we are getting closer and closer to the ipad 3 release date. >> but one expert says you may not want to rush out to buy it. at 5:18, five good reasons why you should wait to shell out the big bucks. we'll be back. denny's new sizzlin' skillets are here for a limited time. so strike while the iron's hot. starting at $4.99. only at denny's. america's diner is always open. >>> good morning and welcome back to 9news now. 5:15. we're all excited about it being friday because the weekend is just a few hours away for us. >> uh-huh. >> tonight it's going to be a bad weekend. just kind of chilly on saturday. sunny and dry and sund
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